November 2014 Business Inventories and Sales Had a Bad Month

Written by

Econintersect‘s analysis of final business sales data (retail plus wholesale plus manufacturing) shows unadjusted sales declined compared to the previous month. This series is moderately noisy, and the real metric is the 3 month rolling averages - and that metric continues to decelerate but still remains within the range seen in the last 18 months.

Full story »

Import and Export Price Deflation Continued in December 2014. What Is Next?

January 14th, 2015
in aa syndication

Written by

Having lived my life in the world of inflation, and seeing the dramatic fall of the export and import price indices - just leaves me speechless. I am not a fan of disruption or rapid change as it leads to bad things in the short term. Literally everything deflated this month.

 

Full story »

Retail Sales Slumped In December 2014 - Food and Drinking Did OK.

January 14th, 2015
in aa syndication, retail and business sales

Written by

Retail sales slumped according to US Census and well under expectations. Our analysis again slightly disagrees - but the unadjusted data in this series declined marginally (driven to a large part by backward revision). Overall the rolling averages are yielding a rather flat growth line showing there is too much noise in the monthly figures.

Full story »

Patience is a Virtue

Age of Wisdom, Age of Foolishness (59)

Written by , KeySignals.com

A mixture of cognitive dissonance and wishful thinking, with a little help from global policy makers, rattled the markets pre-FOMC announcement last week. Post-FOMC the panic stopped, just as it should have been increasing.

Full story »

November 2014 JOLTS Again Continues to Predict Elevated Jobs Growth

January 13th, 2015
in aa syndication, employment

Written by

The BLS Job Openings and Labor Turnover Survey (JOLTS) can be used as a predictor of future jobs growth, and the predictive elements show that the year-over-year private non-farm job opening growth rate again improved slightly. The current rate is quite high - so it follows that the high employment growth rate should continue.

Full story »





<< Previous Page 1 ... 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 ... 313 Next Page >>









Make a Comment

Econintersect wants your comments, data and opinion on the articles posted. You can also comment using Facebook directly using he comment block below.








 navigate econintersect.com

Blogs

Analysis Blog
News Blog
Investing Blog
Opinion Blog
Precious Metals Blog
Markets Blog
Video of the Day
Weather

Newspapers

Asia / Pacific
Europe
Middle East / Africa
Americas
USA Government
     

RSS Feeds / Social Media

Combined Econintersect Feed
Google+
Facebook
Twitter
Digg

Free Newsletter

Marketplace - Books & More

Economic Forecast

Content Contribution

Contact

About

  Top Economics Site

Investing.com Contributor TalkMarkets Contributor Finance Blogs Free PageRank Checker Active Search Results Google+

This Web Page by Steven Hansen ---- Copyright 2010 - 2017 Econintersect LLC - all rights reserved